MotoGP » Smith: Nice to pull away from Ducatis

'To stay in front of the Ducatis and especially to pull away from them at the end of the race was a nice feeling' - Bradley Smith

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September 29, 2013 8:16 PM
Last Edited 863 days ago

Well done Bradley! To be brutally honest I did not think that you even deserved a satellite ride in MotoGP, but you have done well...and, I now think that you may have an opportunity to up your game.


September 30, 2013 1:10 AM

he let Terol win a championship, he also sat on an noncompetitive bike for a while in order to get the reservation, give him another year, he will be further up on the time sheets, but to be brutally honest, hes not on the Honda, so his position might not change very much, especially if Ducati get their act together. Tough road ahead.


September 30, 2013 11:06 AM

A good step up this weekend. Not so far behind the 4 battling for the podium given inferior machinery and less experience. Good to see you get back past the Dukes and Esparagaro so quickly after making a mistake. Thats the clinical approach required. Absolutely critical to keep the momentum up for the last 3 races though. Take that momentum into next season and it will be Pol who? Don't be Mr Nice Guy with that fella because with the backing that family have you will be up against it.


October 02, 2013 2:14 AM

he has more points in his rookie year now than Cal did his. I dont get the he doesnt deserve the ride argument. I was one of them, but now I think that there are a lot of deserving riders out there, but that there simply isnt enough competitive rides on offer.

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